"Relate to them the story of the man to whom We sent Our signs, but he passed them by: so Satan followed him up, and he went astray." [Surah Al-A‘raaf 7:175]. Bul‘aam was a man who was a scholar from the children of Israel. He lived at the time of Moses (peace be upon him). "...To whom We sen.
Once Al-Ḥajjaaj ibn Yusuf went to Makkah to perform ‛Umrah. He took along several bodyguards to protect him. After circumambulating the Ka‛bah, he came to the Maqaam Ibraheem (Station of Abraham) to perform two-units of prayer. As he stood to pray, his guards lay their swords, spears, lances a.
In 1408, the newspaper Al-Muslimun (issue number 181 dated Dhul-Hijjah 8, 1408) related the following story. It is a real life story whose hero is a Syrian doctor who was afflicted with cancer and who remedied it with charity. Doctor ‘Isa Marzuqi related that he was afflicted with cancer, a fac.
Ibn Ishâq said that the Prophet Ayyub (Job) was Roman. His lineage was Ayyub Ibn Moos Ibn Razih Ibn ‛Ees ibn Ishaq Ibn Ibraheem (may the Peace and Blessings of Allah be upon them all). However, others said that his lineage was Ayyub ibn Moos ibn Ra‛ooeel ibn ‛Ees ibn Ishâq ibn Ya’qoob (.
Many years ago, during the time of the Tabi’een (the generation of the righteous Muslims who had met the Companions but hadn't met the prophet -May the peace and blessing of Allah be upon him-), Baghdad was a great city of Islam. In fact, it was the capital of the Islamic Caliphate and because of .
‘Abdullah ibn Jud‘an, the first cousin of Abu Bakr Aṣ-Ṣiddeeq's father. in the early years of his life, ‘Abdullah ibn Jud‘an was neither successful nor happy. In fact, growing up hungry and poor, he soon became embittered by life. For solace or perhaps out of spite, he turned to evil and.